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post #11 of 19
that 8800 looks tempting, for a 3rd monitor... dayum i wish i had money, why does god have to punish me by putting me on the dole
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Thread Starter 
Thanks for the replies guys

I was just thinking that I'd really like to go with a whole new build, but I didn't really have an idea of how much I'd be looking at for this.

What would you say if I said forget the OS, monitor and case?
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Originally Posted by ellisbodds View Post
Thanks for the replies guys

I was just thinking that I'd really like to go with a whole new build, but I didn't really have an idea of how much I'd be looking at for this. (As in, the PC without the OS or Monitor)

What would you say if I said forget the OS, monitor and case?
If you left out the case you might possibly snatch 400 if you can get a noob to buy it.
Edited by Reflux - 1/16/11 at 11:54am
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Do let me know if you put this up in the FS section, might be interested in the lot except Win 7, motherboard and monitor.
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post #15 of 19
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Yo guys, I'd rather you stick to the topic on hand.

EDIT: Will do, Adz
post #16 of 19
Anywho, edited that post back there. You can expect the whole rig minus the OS and Monitor for £400 by my prediction, but only accept >£350.

Might I add, only if you sell it to a noob and not on OCN. Eg, craigslist/eBay.
Edited by Reflux - 1/16/11 at 11:59am
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Originally Posted by ellisbodds View Post
Thanks for the replies guys

I was just thinking that I'd really like to go with a whole new build, but I didn't really have an idea of how much I'd be looking at for this.

What would you say if I said forget the OS, monitor and case?
£240 based on:

CPU - £80
RAM - £40
HDD x 2 - £30
GPU - £40
PSU - £50

My personal recommendation:

Keep the HDD's. You can buy an SSD for £50ish and slam your OS on it, then you have 1TB for games and data.

Keep your PSU. It's absolutely fine, even for Xfire/SLI, it's also modular.
That then leaves you with £160 for the other components. That will net you an i7 processor. Then you just need some RAM (£60) if you don't want super tight timings, and a board (£120) if you don't want a super 1337 board.
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post #18 of 19
Agreed, unless you sell the whole thing as one unit, then keep the XFX PSU, it's a great one, and Scan never have them in stock...

On the rest, I'm with the consensus...

CPU - £80
RAM - £40
HDD x 2 - £30
GPU - £40
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post #19 of 19
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Quote:
Originally Posted by IcedEarth View Post
£240 based on:

CPU - £80
RAM - £40
HDD x 2 - £30
GPU - £40
PSU - £50

My personal recommendation:

Keep the HDD's. You can buy an SSD for £50ish and slam your OS on it, then you have 1TB for games and data.

Keep your PSU. It's absolutely fine, even for Xfire/SLI, it's also modular.
That then leaves you with £160 for the other components. That will net you an i7 processor. Then you just need some RAM (£60) if you don't want super tight timings, and a board (£120) if you don't want a super 1337 board.
There's just something oh so exciting about replacing most of the components at once.

In reality, I like the case, I like most things about the PSU, the HDDs are fine especially if I was going to get an SSD, the OS is fine, and the monitor is something I can keep if it means getting other stuff.

I created this thread just so I could get an idea of how much I'd be looking at if I sold everything. I'll probably just continue with my plan though of buying a new GPU later this week, then selling my old one and possibly thinking about upgrading the rest of the stuff after my birthday in April.
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Originally Posted by allikat View Post
Agreed, unless you sell the whole thing as one unit, then keep the XFX PSU, it's a great one, and Scan never have them in stock...

On the rest, I'm with the consensus...

CPU - £80
RAM - £40
HDD x 2 - £30
GPU - £40
Damn, you ninja edited

Thanks for the reply
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